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Ole World Romance
by David Lester Young

Friday, March 11, 2005
Rated "R" by the Author.
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Upon the satin sheets feeling
The wind’s massaging touches
My voice sings out feeling
the ole time romance.
Soft caresses, touching so deep
that the notes sing out delicately
Upon a blanket of cuddling
looking reflectively upon each other.

Oh baby how you have changed
Me in those soft touches
The love of caresses and talking
The music is combining us
But it is not about just pure sex
So let the music feel us together

We met three years ago,- by chance
Our eyes interlocking in desires
So intense, I dropped my purse
A feminine accident of afterthought
You came over to assist this lady
In distress, soon we knew each other
Rushing off, I was almost late for work
Day dreaming about ole world romance

Oh baby how you have changed
Me in those soft touches
The love of caresses and talking
The music is combining us
But it is not about just pure sex
So let the music feel us together

We met in a café of wine and crackers
Soft lights and mellow sensual music
So at ease, we floated off together
Upon a night full of star light
You walked me home slowly
Kissed me ever so, so lightly
That my toes did feel its tingle
Excusing yourself for another time

Oh baby how you have changed
Me in those soft touches
The love of caresses and talking
The music is combining us
But it is not about just pure sex
So let the music feel us together

From the many roses, and loving gifts
My heart has become your teddy bear
From my smiles, I do treasure you
For you have devoured me whole
In sensual ways of ole time romance
From honesty, I never question your loyalty
For truth is a knight’s redeeming factor
So this princess will fall in love with you

Oh baby how you have changed
Me in those soft touches
The love of caresses and talking
The music is combining us
But it is not about just pure sex
So let the music feel us together

It is how shy and considerate you are
Becoming flushed going to Victoria Secrets
It is how you protect me from others
As another men hear you and see my eyes
With daggers stating he is my ole time lover
From a carriage, he did trip the proposal
Thinking to myself it is about time,
it has been a year
and he still opens the door to my heart

Oh baby how you have changed
Me in those soft touches
The love of caresses and talking
The music is combining us
But it is not about just pure sex
So let the music feel us married.

D.Lester
Somewhere in America not on company time 03/09/05 ©
The Terminated Free Spirited Poet
 

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Reviewed by jude forese 3/11/2005
nicely composed verses ...
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 3/11/2005
Such a romantic, lovely write David...beautiful...
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 3/11/2005
My but this is really a sonnet about how a relationship has developed.
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